The Boulder County Veterans Services Office develops and submits claims for benefits to the Department of Veterans Affairs for eligible veterans and their dependents.
Veterans Service Officer
Serving North Boulder County/Front Range (Longmont, Lafayette, Mead, Berthoud, Firestone, Frederick, Dacono, northern mountain region)
Please call for an appointment Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Our mailing address is 515 Coffman St., Ste. 150; Longmont, CO 80501.
- Service-Connected Disability
- Non-Service-Connected Disability Pension
- Home Loans
- Burial Benefits
- Survivors Benefits
Also, we will help to obtain any military records, awards, or medals.
General Eligibility Requirements
Veterans and their dependents are potentially eligible for benefits. Eligibility will be determined during an intake interview.
Our Veterans Service Officer, Karen Townsend provided a webinar series in 2020. Check out the recorded presentations below!
- Medical Benefits – Watch the recorded presentation here.
- Service-Connected Disability – Watch the recorded presentation here.
- Veterans Pension – Watch the recorded presentation here.
- Survivors Benefits – Watch the recorded presentation here.
- Suicide Prevention – Watch the recorded presentation here.
In order to access any VA Benefit your DD214 or Discharge Equivalent is required. Follow this link to access a DD214 or Discharge Equivalent form.
To apply for VA Healthcare, you need to complete a 10-10EZ. This form can be found on the VA’s “How to apply for VA health care” webpage.
If you are a veteran living outside of Boulder County, please visit County Veterans Service Officers to locate your Veterans Service Officer.
If you’re looking for employment services, please visit Workforce Boulder County or call 720-776-0822.
Mental Health Resources for Veterans
National Suicide Hotline – 1-800-273-8255
Colorado Crisis Services – 1-844-493-8255
The Lethal Means Safety Video provides information on healthy decision-making around firearm storage in or out of the home.